Interview with Richard Gott on the legacy of "Che"
"Che's legacy is that of a man who abandoned all his achievements and worldly goods to promote his ideas about the socialist revolution."
Richard Gott is a British journalist, historian and former Latin American correspondent and editor for The Guardian. He was in Bolivia at the time of the murder of Ernesto Che Guevara, and he was called to identify the body.
Gott talks about what happened 50 years ago when the most emblematic revolutionary in Latin America was killed.
They request processing of doctor and nurse of Clínica Santa María by death of Pablo Neruda
Burial of Neruda 1973
Eduardo Contreras, Julia Urquieta and Marcelo Tapia, on behalf of the Communist Party of Chile, request regarding the death in 1973 of the poet Pablo Neruda the prosecution as authors of the crimes of illicit association and homicide by omission to the doctor of the Santa María Clinic , Sergio Draper and the nurse of the same establishment, María Elena Aguilera.
President of the Chilean Senate Zaldívar, working.
That same Senate stands on the undemocratic and illegitimate Chilean Constitution, which was imposed under state terrorism of the Pinochet dictatorship.
With what morality and ethics dare to condemn a Constituent Process whose initiative and scope of powers is clearly foreseen in Articles 1: 347, 348 and 349 of the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela?
It should be recalled that the Magna Carta of the Republic of Chile does not provide any possibility of convening the Constituent Power to draft a new Constitution, not provided for the Original Power of the People. This Constitution is perfectly tailored to protect the large private property of a few. Social rights are horribly unprotected and all are mercantile. The spaces of democratic participation are minimal and merely formal, so what moral authority do they call a dictatorship to Venezuela?
Perhaps many were surprised when Russia, in response to US sanctions, expelled about 800 "diplomats" from its territory. The surprise was caused by the response of President Trump, who thanked Putin for that gesture. Trump explained that his plans included a decline in State Department staff both in Washington and abroad and that Putin's action had saved him some of the work. Although this is a sarcasm, to some extent, it coincides with Trump's plans.
Shall we end up thanking Trump? Let's take a closer look at this.